|Emmanuel Nkosinathi Gweva||...||
|Marc Baleiza||...||associate producer|
Film Editing by
Art Direction by
|Andrea Rusch||...||dialogue editor|
Camera and Electrical Department
|Luca Aversa||...||digital imaging technician|
Three strangers head to Johannesburg for different reasons. One man accepts a job offer from his cousin. Another young man must go to the city to claim his father's body. And the third stranger is a woman who takes her young cousin to live with her mother for the first time. Each of their tales end up taking a wrong turn as those they turn to betray them and their lives end up intersecting each other's in this thriller about surviving in the city.
Slater, S. “TIFF Review: ‘Vaya’ and ‘We Are Never Alone’ Bring Harrowing Tales of Two Cities.” Awards Circuit.
Vourlias, C. “Director Akin Omotoso on His Multilinear ‘Vaya,’ About Johannesburg Street Life.” Variety.
Adams, R. “Different Worlds, Same Sun – Vaya (Film Review).” Vulture Hound.
Ogunrinade, A. “Akin Omotoso Dazzles Audience with the World Premiere of “Vaya.”” Flick Africa.